While much has been made of the anniversaries celebrated by some of North America's largest resorts this year—namely Whistler Blackcomb and Jackson Hole—it would be erroneous of us to not tip our hats to Whitewater Ski Resort for celebrating their 40th anniversary. Tucked away in the Selkirks, Whitewater is the resort that's whispered about on chairlifts across the province, but remains one of B.C.'s best kept secrets—and the locals are just fine with that. Built on the hard work of the folks in Nelson, Whitewater is a testament to unity that can be brought about by the joy of making turns in the deep.
To commemorate 40 years of operations, Whitewater Ski Resort and Freeride Entertainment put together a 25 minute look at the history of one of B.C.'s finest pow stashes.
This film, produced by the talented team at Freeride Entertainment, unveils the untold story of the dream called Whitewater. A true celebration of the community spirit that not only built the walls that stand there today, but that lives strong in the vibe throughout.
Special note: There are so many more people who helped make Whitewater what it is today that is not represented in this film. A huge heartfelt THANK YOU to every single person that has supported Whitewater over the years, it is this passion that enables us to celebrate our 40th year of operations.